v. t.1.To indue.
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TWO brothers both taught at schools in Wales have admitted possessing indeW -cent images of children.
(32) English records from 1577 confirm this, showing that English ships carried into Portuguese ports an array of English manufactures, especially textiles, and picked up in return "Indews wares whate soever that cometh frome the est yndews," and possibly some Portuguese "Orrendges, lemonns and greate ynnions." (33) The English supplied Portuguese markets with much-needed merchandise, and undoubtedly there were those in Lisbon and elsewhere in Portugal and its overseas posts who appreciated and benefitted from the Anglo-Portuguese commercial treaties.